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Daily Archives: 15 November 2012
Built of Living Stones 161-163: Materials of the Artist
John Paul II leads off today’s reflection: § 161 § Artists bridge the worlds of the visible and the mysterious invisible. They focus upon items with specific shapes, sizes, weights, densities, colors, forms, and textures. At the same time, they … Continue reading
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Next at the Plate for the Year of Faith?
One request from way back in July was to look at evangelization as a continuation of this site’s observance of The Year of Faith. I suppose a peek at the documents going in and coming out of last month’s synod … Continue reading
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Evangelii Nuntiandi 81-82: Final Thoughts
1975 was a holy year dedicated to reconciliation, hence, this connection: 81. This then, brothers and sons and daughters, is our heartfelt plea. It echoes the voice of our brethren assembled for the Third General Assembly of the Synod of … Continue reading
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